Benefits of Wearing Acuvue Oasys Contacts
According to AcuvueProfessional.com this lens is rated number one in comfort with 7 out of 10 contact lens wearers surveyed stating that it is the most comfortable brand they have ever worn. What makes this lens more comfortable and allows it to outperform its competitors? Well let's try to answer this question by looking at the 4 beneficial properties that Acuvue Oasys has to offer:
SightBox vs Hubble Contacts
SightBox and Hubble Contacts are two online contact lens retailers offering to sell contact lenses on a monthly subscription basis. Although both of these online retailers provide you with a vision correction option on a monthly subscription basis, they use different models to deliver the service. So What is the difference between the two and how do they measure up against more traditional methods? Let's take a snapshot of the three retail channels available online and compare their strengths and weaknesses in order to determine which service could work best for you.
Hubble Contact Lenses: 4 Things to Consider Before Purchasing
There is a new kid on the block! Many of you may have seen ads for Hubble contact lenses. These appear on television and social media. Hubble is a company that is marketing a subscription service for daily disposable contact lenses, a subscription service that closely resembles that of Harrys.com, an online retailer selling razors.
Benefits of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses
Are you or is someone you know finding it challenging to find a contact lens that is comfortable, safe, and convenient. If so than this article might be for you. Daily Disposable contact lenses are contacts worn on a daily basis, all day. At the end of your day you can discard the lenses only to replace them with fresh new ones the following morning. These types of lenses have many benefits over other types available on the market and.....
Recent Information on Daily Disposable Lenses
Did you know that fitting practices are changing as contact lens materials and manufacturing methods change? Actually, this has been happening since 1971 but at a faster pace since the advent of the first disposable contact lenses launched by Johnson & Johnson back in 1990. Since then manufacturers have been improving lens materials to make them more comfortable for all-day wear, more resistant to surface deposits, significantly more oxygen transmissible, easier and more stable to mould at high volumes, and cost efficient for both the manufacturer and wearer.